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Kensington Gardens is one of the Royal Parks in London, England, located to the west of Hyde Park. The two parks together form one of the largest green spaces in London. Historically, Kensington Gardens were part of Hyde Park, but they were separated in the 1720s at the request of Queen Caroline, the wife of King George II.

Key features and attractions in Kensington Gardens include: Kensington Palace, The Serpentine Galleries, Italian Gardens, The Albert Memorial, The Peter Pan Statue, The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground, The Round Pond


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